The draft ended Saturday night, and Rolando McClain remained a Raven.
After the linebacker was arrested last weekend in Alabama, the Ravens didn't make any immediate moves to deal with him but they touched on it briefly Saturday night when the draft ended.
"Right now we've got 90 football players, and he's one of the 90," Newsome said at the press conference after the draft. "We're going to make determinations starting tomorrow who we think is going to be on our top 53. As of right now, Rolando is still a part of our football team."
The Ravens haven't said much about McClain since the incident happened last Sunday. McClain's had some off-the-field incidents during his NFL career, and the Ravens had signed him to a one-year deal earlier in April, with this happening shortly afterwards.
"There is due process on this, and we are paying attention to that," Ravens senior vice president for public and community relations Kevin Byrne told The Sun last week.